Grace Presbyterian Church seeks ways to provide support to its members and the community. If you are in need of support or would like to help offer support, please let us know.
Caregivers’ Support Group
Part of the Aging With Grace Ministry, the Caregiver’s Support Group gives members in the church and in the community a chance to unwind, study relevant materials, and support each other in their rolls as caregivers to loved ones. Contact Yvette Moy, AWG Director.
The Congregational Care Committee coordinates support for families and individuals in crisis, including meals and transportation for medical appointments, grocery store visits, etc. Volunteer assistance is needed to carry out their commitments. Contact Sharron Dreyer, Congregational Care Elder, or Linda Hitchens.
A ministry of caring via needlework, our knitters and crocheters make prayer shawls to give to those in need, praying over each one. New and experienced knitters are welcomed! The group meets after Women’s Fellowship on the third Saturday of the month at 11:00 in the Family Room. Contact Reecie Ford for more information.
Grace has a variety of medical equipment available for members to borrow. The equipment includes wheelchairs, crutches, walkers, and other home medical items. Contact Craig Crooks or the Office to find out what is available, and to arrange for use of the equipment.
The Prayer Ministry accepts prayer requests from members and visitors for loved ones, friends, and those in need throughout the world. Requests are addressed by Congregational Care, Stephen ministers and pastors. Prayer cards are in the pews, or you can call or e-mail a request to the pastors or . Contact Sharron Dreyer, Congregational Care Elder.
Throughout the year, Grace organizes luncheons, programs of interest, and occasional retreat weekends aimed at spiritual renewal, learning, and fellowship. These events will be publicized in the bulletin, E-News, and on the website.
The Stephen Ministry at Grace provides confidential one-on-one support to members and other individuals who have been through either small, or devastating life-changing events such as grief, a health diagnosis, divorce, job loss, estrangement, birth, and other events. Stephen Ministers are trained lay Christians who provide private sustained care to individuals as a way of helping them get back on their feet. Contact Bob Bouchard or Meg Rogers for more information.